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Hyvia and Hype Partner to Advance Hydrogen Mobility in France

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Hyvia, a joint venture between Renault Group and Plug, has teamed up with hydrogen mobility provider Hype to advance decarbonized hydrogen mobility, aiming to reduce the cost of H2 and related services.

The partnership, as stated in a press release by the Renault Group, encompasses the entire ecosystem of H2 mobility, including the supply of decarbonized hydrogen, the establishment of H2 refueling stations, and the provision of vehicles.

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Hyvia will supply hydrogen to Hype’s filling stations in and around Paris, with the hydrogen produced at Hyvia’s plant in Flins, west of Paris, where the company also assembles its hydrogen refueling stations. As part of the partnership, Hyvia will provide two new refueling stations for the Hype network, with the first site located in Buc and scheduled to begin operations this summer.

Nicolas Champetier, CEO of Hyvia, stated, “Supply of decarbonized hydrogen, hydrogen stations and vans, financing solution: we are accelerating the deployment of hydrogen mobility thanks to this strategic partnership with HYPE, a major player in the H2 sector, zero-emission solutions and hydrogen taxis.”

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In addition to refueling stations, the partnership includes adding a minimum of nine Hyvia hydrogen vans to Hype’s fleet, specifically the Master Van H2-Tech, which will be part of the ‘Last Mile program by HYPE.’ Hyvia will finance the vehicles.

Mathieu Gardies, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Hype, expressed, “We are very pleased with this partnership, which will enable us to continue to accelerate our deployment in the relevant uses of decarbonized hydrogen mobility. We see [Hyvia’s] electric vehicles, which combine the advantages of a reasonably sized rechargeable battery and a hydrogen system, as the most appropriate technological platform for a rational and pragmatic transition to zero-emission mobility.”

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